Master Healer Pankaj Naram and New Study about Smoking
Master Healer Pankaj Naram and New Study
Dr. Pankaj Naram discusses new study’s conclusions.
A new body of evidence based on research about smoking
points to a key link between smoking and age acceleration.
Scientists at Osaka University in Japan found that smoking
triggers a physiological mechanism that appears to speed
up the aging process. Dr. Pankaj Naram notes that this
might explain many other facts about smokers and their
shorter life span. Master Healer Pankaj Naram says it is
possible for anyone to live to 100+ years with vibrant
health, unlimited energy, and peace of mind, if they just
know what to do, and what not to do. Experts points out
that the study found two components of blood serum that
are affected by smoking. It is those two factors that appear
to be the culprits in the acceleration of aging in smokers.
Scientists have knows for decades that smoking causes
dozens of health problems, but until now there was no
direct evidence that the behavior actually speeded up
the biochemical process of aging. Though more
research is warranted, the results are promising, says
Dr. Pankaj Naram, a respected expert in human health
and a highly regarded pulse reader. The Osaka
University study examined the precise biochemical and
biological processes that take place in the bodies of
smokers as opposed to the bodies of non-smokers. If
the conclusions are supported by future research,
scientists might find other, more subtle, mechanism
involved in the blood serum of smokers.
Dr. Pankaj Naram thinks any study like this which may
help make people healthier is a worthwhile addition to
knowledge on the subject of smoking and overall health.
Holistic health and other forms of alternative medicine
often emphasize the many powerful benefits of quitting
smoking. Dr. Pankaj Naram has been recognized by many
universities and governments around the world for his
work in the field of Siddha-Veda Ancient Secrets. It is
interesting that while his lineage of master healers has
emphasized this for thousands of years, the Osaka
University study is the first ever to describe, in detail, the
relationship between smoking and aging.
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